The holiday season is a time full of joy, laughter, and stress. December can sometimes feel like a whirlwind, leaving little time to think about client outreach and appreciation. However, this is the best time to reach out to your clients and show them how much you appreciate their business. If finding gifts for your clients seems like an overwhelming task on your seemingly never-ending to-do list, we’re here to help ease some of that stress so you can properly enjoy the holidays.
When it comes to selling a home, timing can often be a significant factor. Prospective buyers typically operate on a shorter time frame than sellers, and so homeowners ask themselves: when is the right time of year to sell my home? As the holiday season can be an especially stressful time of year, it's easy to imagine that the market may be unkind to the real estate market. You might be surprised to find that the question is not whether the holidays impact the real estate market, but how.
Many people considering a job in real estate may have several concerns about time management going into the profession, as well as generating a steady income, having free time around the holidays, and balancing work and home with their families. When it comes to managing the flexibility of one's career and free time, being a real estate agent can be one of the most liberating professions. Being an agent means that you have control over when your business hours are and how much you work each week.
Becoming a real estate agent and broker can be a daunting task. So much so that it might be hard to even know where to begin. We’ve compiled the first basics steps you must take in order to begin your journey as an agent, along with how long it might take you to complete each step. It’s important to be well educated and completely understand what is required of you before jumping into an exciting new career in real estate. Read on to learn about the process.
There are many moving pieces that attribute to marketing when you’re operating your own business. In the beginning, half the battle is marketing yourself, but as you gain experience in your career, you learn more and more ways to develop and improve your presentation. Today, we’ll focus on one aspect: the car you drive.